Re: How do you change a file type icon?
To change a file type icon:
Open this registry key and follow its default value
Open this key and set the path
"steviegt" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news
> Thank you both for your help. I find that both options are what I was
> looking for. Have a great day.
> "Charles W Davis" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> 1. Using Windows Explorer, navigate to the folder that you wish to change.
>> 2. Right-click the folder
>> 3. Choose Properties from the context menu that opens
>> 4. Click the Customize tab in the dialog box
>> 5. Click on the Change Icon... button
>> 6, Select one of the many icons from the list.
>> 7. Click Apply
>> 8. Click OK.
>> Not all icons that you may wish will appear. If you can't find the
>> appropriate one, right-click on a desktop icon for the program, choose
>> Properties, click on Shortcut. If there is a Target address, copy that
>> address and paste it into the dialog box that opens following step 5
>> "steviegt" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>>I want to change the icon associated with the mp3 file type. There are
>>>others I want to change, this is 1 example. How do I do this?
>>> Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 32-bit
>>> Internet Explorer v7
>>> Office Home and Student 2007 SP1
>>> Outlook 2007 Standalone
>>> ESET Smart Security